Free (Almost) Debate on MP3.
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"This is the famous formal debate between Dr. Bahnsen and atheist promoter Dr. Gordon Stein held at the university of California (Irvine) in 1985. Hear how hard it is to deny God's existence and how intellectually rigorous the Christian position actually is."
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I have a scholarly friend who tells me this is the best debate to listen to in order to learn the transcendental argument. He tells me he has listened to it 15 times.
I just downloaded it onto my ipod. I am on my first of fifteen hearings. ;-)
(Hat tip: The Christian Mind)
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